When it comes to home dehumidification, a lot of homeowners tend to think it’s reserved for the winter months. Although portable dehumidifiers are able to improve indoor air quality during the winter months, whole home dehumidifiers achieve much more all year round. Summer is here and we’re already well into those hot and muggy days. When the … Continue reading Whole House Dehumidifiers
What Does MERV Rating Mean? Proper air filtration is essential for breathing cleaner indoor air. Mechanical filters are the most common types of filters used in HVAC systems. They are also highly efficient and require minimal maintenance. The most important aspect of these filters is the mechanical efficiency rating value (MERV). Although it’s a great … Continue reading What is a MERV rating and Why Should I Care?
Get your air ducts cleaned this spring and have a fresher breath of air! Having your air ducts cleaned in the spring is a great way to ensure that you and your family are breathing a fresher breath of air. However, it’s not a task that you should make yourself responsible for on your spring … Continue reading Why Should You Get Your Air Ducts Cleaned?
How to Keep Your AC Healthy Between Service Visits Seasonal air conditioner maintenance is the most important factor in extending the lifespan and maintaining the efficiency of your central air conditioning system. Ordinary wear and tear, especially dirt and grime buildup, can cause your AC to overwork, struggle, overheat and eventually break down. Keeping everything … Continue reading How to Keep Your AC Healthy Between Service Visits
At ClimateCare, we truly care about the difference we make in our customers’ daily lives by giving them quality products and services. Our team of professionals across Ontario play a huge role in making that difference possible. You might even say our team plays a bigger role than the quality of the products themselves. Here’s … Continue reading Why Customer Come Back to ClimateCare Again and Again
As you spring forward, check the batteries in your CO Alarm Sunday March 13th was the beginning of Daylight Savings Time. You all set your clocks forward 1 hour, but how many took the time to check the batteries in the carbon monoxide (CO) alarm? CO poisoning is a silent danger in many households, and the key to … Continue reading Spring Forward!
Most furnaces these days are purchased with two factors in mind: Price. Efficiency. Modern furnace models are always more efficient than those made 20 or more years ago, and there are a range of performance options across budget levels. Budget is primarily impacted by efficiency, and the efficiency rating of a new furnace is expressed through … Continue reading How to Understand Furnace Energy Efficiency
There are geothermal power plants all over the world, but a group of ten stand out as seriously powerful producers. Read on to learn of the largest geothermal energy plants on Earth. 10. Darajat Power Station, Indonesia The tenth largest geothermal plant in the world is located in the Pasirwangi District of Garut in Indonesia. … Continue reading The World’s 10 Biggest Geothermal Energy Plants
These 5 Chemicals Could be in Your Household Air Our efficient, airtight homes have led to a slowing of the exchange of air from indoors to out, and because of this, the EPA estimates that indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outside. Here are the five most common indoor pollutants, … Continue reading These 5 chemicals could be in your household air
When is it time to replace your hot water tank? It could be right now! Maybe the right time was 2 years ago, or maybe you’re just fine as you are. There are 5 clear signs your water tank is on its last legs: Water isn’t as hot as it used to be. The heater … Continue reading Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Hot Water Tank